The Institute of Applied Halakhah

The Institute of Applied Halakhah was founded in 1997 in order to publish a library of Halakhic literature in Hebrew, English, and Russian for the Conservative/Masorti movements.

Books published by The Institute of Applied Halakhah:

Books published in 2003:

Insight Israel – The View from Schechter

Reflections on Israel, Jewish Law, and the Jewish Calendar

Author

Publisher

Year

2003

Language

English

Number of Pages

175

Books published in 2004:

The High Holy Days

Two volumes in one, by Rabbi Dr. Hayyim Kieval, edited by Prof. David Golinkin and Rabbi Monique Susskind Goldberg

Author

Rabbi Dr. Hayyim Kieval

Publisher

United Synogogue of America

Year

2004

Language

English

Number of Pages

106

A Time to Be Born, A Time To Die: The Laws and Customs of Mourning

Rabbi Isaac Klein and Rabbi David Golinkin, translated into Russian and edited by Rabbi Michael Kovsa

Author

Rabbi Isaac Klein and Rabbi David Golinkin

Publisher

United Synogogue of America

Year

2004

Language

English

Number of Pages

106

Kuntress Hateshuvot Hehadash

A Bibliographic Thesaurus of Responsa Literature published from ca. 1470 – 2000

Author

Shmuel Glick

Publisher

Bar Ilan University Press, The Schocken Institute

Year

2006

Language

Hebrew

Books in preparation:

Responsa and Halakhic Studies, Rabbi Isaac Klein, second edition, ed. by Prof. David Golinkin and Rabbi Monique Susskind Goldberg

Malki Bakodesh, Vol. 1, by Rabbi Hayyim Hirschenson, ed. by Dr. David Zohar

Responsa of the Va’ad Halakhah, Volume 7, ed. by Prof. David Golinkin.

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